byChicago Amplified, National Public Housing Museum
âJournalism as Activism: Using Media to Expose Inequality and Impact Social Change." Inaugural program of the National Public Housing Museum in honor of the legacy of Ida B. Wells-Barnett. Recorded March 24, 2010, at Columbia College in Chicago, Illinois. Panelists: The Reverend Dr. Barbara A. Reynolds, Clarence Page, Megan Cotrell, Thandisizwe Chimurenga. Moderated by Curtis Lawrence (1:16) Topics: Ida B. Wells, Clarence Page, Barbara Reynolds, Thandisizwe Chimurenga, Megan Cottrell
byAptheker, Bettina. Addams, Jane,; 1860-1935. ; Wells-Barnett, Ida B.,; 1862-1931.
Articles by Jane Addams and Ida Wells on lynching and its justification, edited by Bettina Aptheker Topics: Lynching. Rape -- United States. Addams, Jane, 1860-1935 -- Bibliography. Wells-Barnett, Ida B.,...
Women’s History Month is celebrated around the world this month. IWD was marked around the world this past weekend, and events continue throughout the month of March. Today, we focus on Women’s History.On the national front our guests are Professor Barbara Ransby, Professor of African American and Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of Illinois in Chicago. She will discuss civil rights activist Ella Baker, who left MLK’s organization the Southern Christian Leadership... Topics: IWD, Women, Civil Rights, Lynching, Ida B Wells, Ella Baker, Eleanor Rathbone, Selma James,...